There are full guides for several devices from RootJunky on YouTube. This first method works on some Samsung and LG devices. Your user can probably start at step 4.
Reboot into Recovery mode (hold Home, Volume Up, and Power, releasing Power when you see the device turn on/reboot).
Perform a Factory Reset (press Volume Down until wipe data/factory reset is ...
Use this code to unlock in emergency call: *#812#
It worked beautifully on a OnePlus2 just two days ago: After calling *#812#** the phone unlocked and I was shown the home screen. After that I went to the setting and added a new Google account. Since then the phone works perfectly and thus is absolutely safe.
If you have the same problem, just try it. If ...
No, there is not (or there shouldn't be). Factory Reset Protection uses a protected storage area located at /dev/block/*/by-name/frp that can't be wiped without special privileges or initiating a Factory Reset from Settings. If the user was able to root the device they could manually launch Settings via adb and do the reset themselves, but rooting is ...
This is an anti-theft policy put in place by Google. There is not supposed to be any way to use the phone unless you have access to a prior account used on the device. See the Nexus documentation.
The user with access to a prior account should remove that user to allow future access:
To turn off device protection, remove your Google account from your ...
I don't know if this solution will work on a different phone model, but let me explain what I did:
First I tried to get the phone being detected by the computer, so I downloaded the MTK drivers (preloader VCOM drivers) and plugged the phone in META mode with MAUI META (a tool that connects mtk to META mode and do many other interesting stuffs, repairing IMEI ...
FRP bypass for ZTE instructions
Reset the phone and power it back on.
Choose your preferred language, then tap on Start.
Connect the phone to a WiFi network (preferably your Home network).
Skip several steps of the setup until you reach the Verify Account screen.
Tap on the email field, in order to activate the keyboard.
Most ZTE phones come with ...
I figured it out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
First normally boot up.
Sign into a network.
Allow it to check connection.
Then when it askes u to verify your account, press the back button until you get back to networking.
Choose a different network, type a bunch of random letters/numbers then press show password select it, press assist.
Then google will open.
Base on my research you can fix the OEM lock by flashing Samsung stock signed firmware using Odin or Samsung tool pro. To remove the frp you need to create a modded boot where the USB debugging is on. You can make one in assayyed kitchen you just need your stock boot, you can get stock boot at the firmware files, let's assume you flash the modded boot. You ...
Honestly... I'm not 100% but here goes....
After fiddling around, flashing a custom bootloader (which got blocked due to FRP lock) I reflashed 5.1 stock ROM and did the camera trick for the 3rd time, however I got boot loops and so the phone started up in Safe Mode.
I then restarted the phone to get out of Safe Mode and the FRP Lock was disabled. I had ...
IF the phone has a Google keyboard, the following may look pretty lengthy but it doesn't require OTG cable or PC so it's worth a try.
Boot your device and select preferred language
Connect to Wi-FI network.
You will be prompted to enter email, then tap on it as if you want to type something to bring up keyboard.
From the keyboard, tap and hold the “@” ...